Library Robotics Clubs

Robots Between Shelves

Are you looking for something which will drawn attention of kids to your Library? In PrepareRobo we designed Club specifically tailored for even the smallest Libraries.

Why is this Club tailored for Libraries?
– Pupils can join at any time of cycle (they can even join us at last session),
– Just 5 meeting Cycle means it fits perfectly into half term (it of course can be split between few weeks),
– We are experienced Education Services Provider (Our Clubs and one-off events have been successful at multiple locations across England),
– It is great enhancement to your Library’s program for children,
– In most of Libraries our Clubs get more than 80% places booked (in some cases events can be overbooked),
– It can encourage children to borrow robotics related books (we suggest to make a stand with related books near to the Club or take bookings only if children borrow books),
– You can choose between 10 pupils intake (in that case they build individually) or 20 kids (building in pairs option),
– It is only £525 for 5 meetings (120 minutes each) with Building and Coding each of them, what is equivalent to  £2.63 in case of building in pairs or £5.25 in case of individual work per clock hour per child.

What our partners think about us?
“I went to see one of their sessions at Stratford Library and Wojciech (Jesse) was delivering it. So I sat quietly observing for a long while and then I had a chat with him. The children were enjoying and he was friendly, I think by that time they already knew him as they were doing a 4 week session, and Wojciech (Jesse) was great with them and very patient.
Then I met Karol when he came to deliver two session at two libraries with us. I must say that they were both very popular and fully booked, and I think that all the children turned up except for one on each session. Karol is as well very friendly, got along very well with the children and the children and parents were asking me for more sessions.”
~ Maria Reguera, Redbridge Central Library, London, June 2017.

Lets check out short video clip from very same library!

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